Meet the Hall Law Firm
The Hall Law Firm is a general practice law firm founded by Glenn Hall in 1989 that tries to meet all of the typical legal needs of our rural community. Glenn practiced for twelve years in Kansas City before moving to Salem Missouri to start a new practice in 2001. Glenn also served for six years as a Missouri State Representative during the 1990’s representing Lee’s Summit, Raytown, Blue Springs, and Kansas City.
Glenn is experienced in many areas of law and primarily practices in the following disciplines: 1) Estate planning, including wills, trusts, LLC’s, powers of attorney, health care powers of attorney, beneficiary deeds, and probate; 2) Criminal Law; 3) Real Estate Law; and 4) Family Law, including divorce, child custody, adoption, and guardianship.
Glenn is an experienced trial attorney. When case law or statute allows a jury trial, then a jury trial will be demanded. Although Glenn cannot promise to win your case, his success rate in jury trials has been outstanding and he has won several criminal jury trials that others predicted he would surely lose. Glenn once demanded a jury trial in a contested adverse possession case and won the jury’s verdict against an attorney deemed to be the area’s resident real estate “guru.” After the trial the judge told him that until this case he did not know attorneys could demand jury trials in adverse possession cases and that it if he had judged the case he would have ruled the other way!
Glenn will work hard to meet your special legal needs and requirements. He always tries to return your phone call the same day you call his office (unless he is in trial). Glenn quickly works his cases so that you get the results you need as soon as possible. Call Glenn today at 573-729-2229 or write to Glenn@Hall-Law.org
Glenn and his wife of over 36 years…
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